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LC Hanby Hudgens, writer

Recently a blog post has been floating around on my Facebook newsfeed.  It was written by the mother of three teenage boys, and it serves as a warning to teenage girls who post scantily-clad photos of themselves on social media.  You go, Mom of boys!  I agree with her family’s practice of looking at their boys’ social media, and I agree with everything this woman had to say. Yet, I felt like there was something missing from the conversation.  There is often something missing from conversations about purity and modesty.  That something is boys.  Teenage girls get lots of admonitions, as well they should,  to be modest, to not tempt boys with alluring photos and skimpy outfits.  But I have yet to come across a viral blog post that looks at the responsibility of boys in the whole purity equation.  So, here goes….
Dear Boys,
Girls don’t wear enough clothes…

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